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^ A few people have posted that they're going. I'm planning on going, but I'm waiting a little longer before getting my ticket so that I'm sure I'll be in town.

 

I must have missed those. My possible +1 will know for sure later on this week, so thats as far as I will wait on getting tickets.

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I may be wrong on this, but wasn't there a precedent of Knott's announcing new stuff in November, after Haunt was over?

 

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Yea, cause this year's Haunt should be pretty good. And based off what I hear...I think TRAPPED is going to be the best maze this year and would be worth the upcharge

 

The only thing that scares me about parks doing thinks like upcharge mazes is that the quality of the other "free" mazes will go down. I don't mind park's adding new upcharge mazes for the people who want more but please don't cause it to reduce quality in the other mazes.

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^Unless they are throwing HHN budget at a maze, I am sure Trapped will just be like all the other mazes with some effects that are not normally up to building code (tight spaces, make you crawl, etc.).

 

A unique experience to Haunt for sure, but I'm not expecting to be wowed.

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^ I totally agree with this. Most parks like to add something completely unique when there thinking of new attractions so I don't see a Mack water coaster coming although if it did I am going to guess the coaster section would be longer than San Diego's water coaster.

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I'm surprised no one mentioned a mack water coaster...

 

Sea World San Diego Has one just an hour or two south...and considering Knott's hasn't worked with Mack on any big project like this, it seems highly unlikely.

 

 

They should probably get rid of Silver Bullet. Stat.

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^ Silver Bullet is faster, longer, and taller than Batman and so the GP views it as the superior coaster to Batman so there is no way this baby is going anywhere soon. Sure in actuality which coaster is better overall is a lot closer of a battle than just stats, a battle Batman probably wins because of it's intensity and force, but to the GP Silver Bullet is bigger, so therefore better. Plus Silver Bullet is just a more fun ride overall that younger kid's can enjoy because of it not being super intense.

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I'm surprised no one mentioned a mack water coaster...

 

Sea World San Diego Has one just an hour or two south...and considering Knott's hasn't worked with Mack on any big project like this, it seems highly unlikely.

 

 

 

Um, Sierra Sidewinder.

 

Sorry, that slipped my mind at the time I wrote it.

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^ It's not a big deal it's just not something to be considered major.

 

Any kind of a coaster would be considered a major deal for the park, Sierra Sidewinder was heavily advertised when it opened.

 

I mean major in terms of actual scope and scale of the project. Not on how the park advertises their new attraction. I understand what your saying though, although any new attraction at any theme park is heavily advertised.

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